Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1983 Mercedes-Benz R Class

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1983 Mercedes-Benz R Class, please note: The code on your identificaiton sticker will normally have many numbers in it with no prefix identifying a number as a paint code. The paint code will either be three or four digits. Some times the code will have a prefix of DB but this is not consistant. Click here for Mercedes Benz examples.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1983 Mercedes-Benz R Class Touch Up Paint | Aprikosengelb 1601, 601 1601, 601 Aprikosengelb
1983 Mercedes-Benz R Class Touch Up Paint | Lianengruen 243, 6243 243, 6243 Lianengruen
1983 Mercedes-Benz R Class Touch Up Paint | Silberdistel Metallic 6881, 881 6881, 881 Silberdistel Metallic
1983 Mercedes-Benz R Class Touch Up Paint | Astralsilber Metallic 735, 9735 735, 9735 Astralsilber Metallic

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1983 Mercedes-Benz A Class, BT-50, C Class, CL Class, CLC Class, CLK Class, CLS Class, E Class, G Class, GL Class, GLK Class, M Class, S Class, SL Class, SLK Class, or Truck?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1983 Mercedes-Benz Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Mercedes-Benz Touch Up Paint

Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:

Ed Smith, owner of a 1982 Mercedes-Benz SL Class from Mansfield, Ohio

When the touch up paint arrived for my '82 380SL I was afraid it was not a perfect match. It looked lighter and the car being so old I was afraid I ordered the wrong color but the numbers checked so I proceeded. The result; an absolutely perfect match. Ed Smith Mansfield, Ohio

Rich Mac, owner of a 1982 Mercedes-Benz from Truro, MA

19828 mercedes 300D Turbo - lots of little chips and paint somewhat oxidized. I never thought I could clean up these chips with a paint that matched. It is as close to a perfect match as the oxidation will allow. When I do a more formal buffing and polishing, I think they will blend right in. Hard to believe that 40 year old paint can be matched and the chips fixed.

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